eLoop has achieved the highest industry standard for compliance by being certified to the BAN e-Steward (ISO 14001) standard and operates two PA DEP-permitted facilities located in Pittsburgh and the other in State College, Pennsylvania.

  • BAN e-Stewards Certified Recycler: eLoop llc. became e-Steward Certified in 2011.  e-Stewards certification is the highest standard for globally responsible electronics recycling and reuse. It prohibits the export of hazardous electronic waste from developed to developing countries while allowing viable technology to be reused.  To learn more about the e-Steward standard, please visit the External Links section of the website.
  • ISO 14001: eLoop llc. became ISO 14001:2004 Certified for all operations and activities at its IT asset management and demanufacturing facilities in Pennsylvania beginning in 2011.  This internationally recognized, independently audited certification standard evaluates a company’s environmental management system and its commitment to continual improvement in environmental performance.
  • Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection: eLoop has been permitted by the PA Department of Environmental Protection to operate two electronics recycling facilities in State College and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

eLoop is a proud member of the CEOs For Sustainability and has completed the Southwestern Pennsylvania Sustainable Business Compact.  The compact provides a rigorous, peer-reviewed framework for businesses to advance and publicly demonstrate their corporate sustainability achievements.

The Southwestern Pennsylvania Sustainable Business Compact enables the region’s businesses to voluntarily engage in sustainability practices that simultaneously advance their economic and governance performance, the environment, and the social fabric of their communities. Businesses that incorporate sustainable practices into their operations and commit to a regional sustainability orientation stand out as valuable contributors to Southwestern Pennsylvania’s sustainable development. As more businesses apply sustainability in their operations and community responsibility, the cumulative benefits produce more business success and, in turn, a stronger region poised to thrive and continue its legacy of innovation.

Sustainability reporting enables businesses to better understand the link between their sustainability management practices and their long-term financial performance. It is a tool for setting goals, managing progress, communicating impacts to key stakeholders, and gaining recognition. According to the G&A Institute, 82 percent of the S&P 500 published a sustainability report in 2016.